Unique Features

  • RARITY
    Tanzanite's only known source in the world is a 4km strip of land near Mount Kilimanjaro, northern Tanzania. his single, limited source renders tanzanite at least a thousand times rarer than diamonds.

    Tanzanite is 1 000 times rarer than diamonds. Tanzanite’s only known source in the world is along a 5km strip of land near Mount Kilimanjaro, northern Tanzania. This single, limited source renders tanzanite at least a thousand times more than diamonds. With only one known source to date, it is predicted that within the next 10 – 12 years no more gem quality tanzanite will be found.

  • COLOUR
    Tanzanite is uniquely trichroic, which means that in its rough form, it radiates three different colours from each of its crystallographic axes: blue, violet and burgundy.

    Tanzanite is uniquely trichroic. This means this magnificent semi-precious gemstone radiates three different colours from each of its crystallographic axes: blue, violet and red. Once cut and polished, tanzanite ranges from electric violets to vibrant blues, deep royals and rich indigos.

  • AFRICAN MYSTIQUE
    Tanzanite's exclusively African heritage and the alluring narrative of its discovery have proved to be a unique selling feature.

    Its geology is so unique that the chances of tanzanite occurring elsewhere in the world is unlikely. Tanzanite’s exclusively African heritage make it the perfect keepsake to remember your African vacation.

  • INVESTMENT VALUE
    Quality for quality, tanzanite is currently about a third of the price of sapphire. This, compounded by its exceptional rarity, has made tanzanite an investment stone of choice, and more likely to increase in value as supply gets less.

    Tanzanite continues to increase in value as supply decreases. Already, fewer and fewer gem-quality tanzanite are mined. There is no better time or place to purchase a unique African gemstone.

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TANZANITE GRADING
Colour, Clarity & Carat Weight
The higher the combination of these characteristics, the more rare and valuable it is. There is also a further consideration; Confidence that comes with the certification.
TANZANITE CERTIFICATION
Assurance in Quality & Authenticity
All tanzanite is certified in accordance with the Tanzanite International Grading Standard, reassuring the owner of its quality of colour, clarity and cut as well as its authenticity
BUYING GUIDE
Learn the important factors to consider
Before you decide to purchase an exquisite loose tanzanite or a unique creation make sure to follow our buying guide.
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